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Find quirky museums and great sushi while roaming a tangle of narrow streets at Naramachi, once a thriving district populated by wealthy merchants. The wooden townhouses enchant with their intricate woodwork and rich history, while the ambiance becomes truly magical at night when the lanterns light the alleys and buildings. While exploring the area, you can also visit a toy museum and a World Heritage-listed temple. Naramachi is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Nara Edition.
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路地裏というべきか、小路というべきか難しいところですか、そんな細い道に散在している町屋が特徴的な地域だと思いました。散策するのが楽しかったです。Townhouses are scattered in such narrow streets, is a rather narrow streets or alleys rather, hard thought characteristic of a region. It is fun to explore.show original
魔除けの瓦人形の鐘馗(しょうき)さん、数は少ないですが、屋根の上で家を守っていました。まちなみも古い町家が、当時の情緒があっていいですね。Amulet tile doll Bell décor (shoki), a number of less is on the roof was kept home. Its old town is emotional at that time sounds nice.show original
We saw Naramachi with a private guide, which I think is best. Many of the old homes have been turned into shops and restaurants now, though. So, without a guide you could certainly get an idea of how ... read more »
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